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MARRIAGES

AGKUSA.—INNES.—On May 19. 1945, at Pitt Street Methodist Church, by the Rev. Liddell, Prank Joseph Agrusa, M.M. 2/C, youngest son Rena , Isnbcllc. youngest daughter of Mrs. A. Innes, Grey Lynn, Auckland. bakkibai.l—KElTH.—On June 4, 1945. at St. Paul's Church, Ngatea, by the Rev. D. H. A. Nlblock, Joan Sinclair, youngest daughter of Mrs. L. A. Keith and the late Mr. J. H. Keith, Pipiroa, Hauraki Plains, to William Martyn. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Barriball. tea Hnuraki Plains BROWN—NICKSON.—On September 27, 1944, at Mount Pleasant, Princes Park. Liverpool. England, Elsie Margaret (Corporal. W.A.A.F.), eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Nlckson. ' of Beresfond Road. Princes Park. Liverpool, to Allan James Crayton" (Flying - Officer. R.N.Z.A.F.), only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. George Crayton Brown, cl Korlhall Road, off Titirangi Road. Auckland. New Zealand. EDMONDS—BOWFIN'G.—On July 7, at Airedale Streei Church. Maunsell Edmonds, of Ngawha, to Belle Bov.iing. of Auckland. HINE—GAECOIGNE.—On June 6, 1945, at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, by Canon R. G. Coats. Leslie Durell. only son of Mr. A. Hlne. Kohimarama, Auckland, to Josephine Frances, daughter of Mrs. J. V. M. Gascoigne. of 673. Mount Eden Hoad. Auckland. PROBERT—ASHEE.—On March 3, 1945. at S. John's Church, Tunkau, Flying-Officer John Douglas Probert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J W Probert. Auckland, to Leatrice Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Asher. Tuakau.

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MARRIAGES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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MARRIAGES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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